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Seeds of Rebellion by Brandon Mull
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Apr 03, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: ut-authors, stories-for-boys
Read from March 23 to 28, 2012

Seeds of Rebellion builds upon the first Beyonders book, A World Without Heroes. It goes well beyond comparisons to the Chronicles of Narnia: this book reminds me of Fellowship of the Ring (not The Two Towers, mind you), Star Trek (of the never-beam-down-in-a-red-shirt variety), A Wise Man’s Fear (second book in the Kingkiller Chronicle), Eragon (Brandon Mull and Christopher Paolini will be appearing together in Bozeman on Thursday), and other popular graphic novels/tv series that I’d rather not spoil. In Mull’s fertile imagination these seeds grow into a new breed of story, with unique flora, fauna, and phobia!

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Brandon Mull
“Sometimes the best offense was avoiding self-destruction.”
Brandon Mull, Seeds of Rebellion

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